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"duparc" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"Now this is interesting email this system Anna who says dear and Jeff since listening to you I have felt inspired to join extinction rebellion DUPARC run and organized to litter picks wow she says I've got my husband listening to you too and we often sit around the dinner table agreeing with each other about the state of the world while our son throws his food on the floor. Here's thirty six my idea for a reason to be cheerful. Is the Olympic Games. Andrew Zimbalist is an economist who is contrasted the unrealistic claims of the benefits to the host city with the economic cost of hosting the Games the unaccountability of the I._O._C. People being removed from their homes to make way for venues host cities being left with facilities. They don't need people talk about intangible effects like national pride or the inspiring effect of seeing elite athletes competing but I don't buy that as their performance level is just too unattainable so my idea for improving the Olympics. She had some breakfast jeff is going to hate. This actually love this all tenterhooks. This is like the cliffhanger this is to have competitors run dimly selected from population so titians additions style. I am vision of Cross train. The generation game and the hunger games sounds far more interesting to me yeah they they could be selected to to the team three years in advance to be given access to professional coaches facilities it inspire people more and as they would see non athletes like them competing the strictly effect it would motivate government to fund grassroots sports and motivate people to maintain a high level of say. He's you have lost mail because the way I sam visiting it is there's no training yeah. Just get picked the week before and that was embarrassing. You be like a stadium limping jumping that will be five thousand that would be pink but I look at some of the people on the street and mainly talk about children but I I do think could beat some of them in a race. I've ever training. I think she's right about anyway in Greek Roman Times. I wonder they've asked have been something a a lot like a great idea. She adds Love Gentlemen Jaguars who took him back. You won't me about all the deaths and injuries are sorry. Sorry there you go this. One comes from tigers stone neuroleptic tiger woods. Hi Ed Agenda tends to work like that. <hes> just checking. You're listening. I've just been listening to the most. This recent. podcast about trees was employed to make your of holistic grazing. Basically it's a farming technique which involves moving livestock in a way that mimics the predation of lodged groups of herbivores mean the life generally stays normal compact formation on telling you this has been found the soil which is supported holistically managed cattle can absorb one third more than the capital produce she somebody told me about something very similar <hes> yesterday although it's non tolerate trees. I thought it would be worth mentioning somebody to go alongside tree planting antic if you're interested in this topic highly recommend cal save the planet by Judith Schwartz which inspired me to do an environmental science degree and the city forest by Yeoman's which is a lot more tree focus more idealistic in places anyway I really love the cost and happily bow down to Jeff I see Prima leader and one trudeau practically choking hugs and kisses targets thrown in you pick a role in the Jeffer- crecy tiger and also on this unless eggs episode this this this is the subject line reasons not to garden it comes from Matthew Oliver who says I have a surprisingly large and unkempt garden in south London which I am too Lazy Lazy to keep Nice. It's full of Wade's while flowers fruit trees and also prickly things it's also teeming with wildlife including bees butterflies books and is even home to London's Apex Predators the cat and the folks. I'm regularly scolded by enthusiastic..
"duparc" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And then during the break, you heard of a restaurant named pop. Okay. One of our sponsor. So they're having a promotion this week. And I think I wanna tell our audience a pop is located in midtown Manhattan on thirty fifth and third avenue. So he's very easy for people in Manhattan. And, you know, you can easily Google it pop. You know, and I think you'll find this they're having a promotion this week, if you mention and Duparc show, you get twenty percent off your meal for lunch and dinner. There's privilege. Yeah. So, and you parks, just mentioned okay, okay, not some other show, and do partial, and you'll get twenty. Percent off so sponsor they really appreciate what we do. And they're happy with their advertisement. So he's a Korean barbecue restaurant in the city says it was the only one in more Mauri hill Murray hill area. Yes and Regina been there, I have been there at the time to, to all of us how so they they're having a special promotion twenty percent off. I mean, where are you going to get twenty percents off for a meal? And the city is not cheap. Okay. So twenty percent off can save a lot of things. So maybe can take your date their rice. I why are you being? So generous twenty percent of Korean barbecue restaurant in Murray hill is called pop PAP and just mention my name, Andrew park show. Okay. So right now Anju is helpful to you. So hopefully enjoy the meal, and you can give us good feedback. But okay, let's go back to our main show. Right. So Regina the question that you were asking. Well, I was asking if the cases are handled differently if an infant is involved and the answer you gave was that it's basically. Yes, it is different infants are considered anyone under eighteen years old. And you mentioned that it depends. Like, let's say I asked you if for example, the kid is seventeen years old at the time, you know, that he signed up for the case, and then he turns eighteen during the case, we'll happens. Then you mentioned that it doesn't matter, basically, it would matters most is the infants age at the time. So if he's, let's say eighteen at the time of that position, then he probably with testify for himself for from start to the end of the litigation process, you also said that he is protected basically, by the lawyer by his guardian, and the judge because the whole thing, the, the infant will not be able to make a decision on his own. And you also we did learn. Learned that in order for him to receive the settlement. He we also need to do what's called the infants comp order that we present to the judge. And that's something that Josh does at our office. And he does it really well apparently. Yes. Right. Did I explain that? Well, not bad. Initially was listening. Okay. Very good. I know that she's listening. Hopefully you guys can list. So India, no one needs to memorize the but what we want to show you that this is the extent of the knowledge and experience that we have. So we take your case would take care of you. So do not worry. We'll take care of you your children because you don't have the experience and you don't want to be experiencing this area. It's not something that you want to be proud of you understand. Right. And I think the question that I was trying to answer before the break is about the statute of limitations. Right. Right. Is that infant? I mean, New York statute of limitation is what three years. Very good, and New Jersey two years. Right. So what, what? Statute of limitation, which means is time to sue. If you don't make a claim within that time that defendant itself to hook. Okay, so he's not about claim is about lawsuit. So it's really a very dangerous thing that people have to watch out for how about kid? My kid is four years old. Got into an accident with me. I'm hurt. I had neck herniation. I got surgery injection house. My kid doing you get very worry before your kid doesn't complain cannot complain. He can't be tweeting with the Cairo. He cannot take 'em or I, definitely know injection or surgery. But what if seventeen years old kid is like daddy. I have a back pain. I don't know what's wrong with me. So maybe you think it's called Llosa's, maybe something degenerative, or genetic in. But then the doctor's like d- have an accident he did well, now the question is two year statute of limitation, New Jersey three years statute of limitation New York is over. But is not over. The law says for kids, the statute of limitation is told. Okay. So what that means is that you reach the age of eighteen then they give you the statute of limitation. So. New York you become eighteen plus three years, New Jersey. You become eighteen plus two years. Okay. So they let you become quote unquote, adult. Then you let you make your decision because as an infant you had no right? Because sometime you bound by your parents decision. What if your parents hated Caro practice, they just didn't like that treatment? But because of that bias, they never brought the sun to a chiropractor, so who knows? So because of your parents misjudgment kids should not be hurt by it. So what I'm trying to say. Is that when parents get into an accident with their young children, they're really worried because like Mr. park, I'm gonna be treating I'm going to be doing my case. My four year old cannot do my case, but can do the case what's going to happen to him. So what I tell them do not worry. Hopefully it should be okay. Kiss us stronger than their parents. However, you have statute of limitation, that's told until they're eighteen. And from there, the statute of limitation clock is ticking plenty of time. So this is really bad news for people who cause accident right where you have a little kid coming out of a car. Okay. Then you I mean, we don't wanna live in fear, and you don't have to, but there is a chance that kid can sue you ten years later. Okay. So that's why Indiana this shows that everybody needs to drive carefully. Right. Because you'd think people don't wanna get into an accident, but there are people hitting people in the rear of the time. Why texting? Right. Listening to radio eating or fighting in the car at a stop it. Okay. It's a very, very dangerous object. Right. Something that's six thousand pounds or write it going at fifty miles per hour. Many good things can happen with them. So please be careful. It's a serious, and ever you wanna get to from point eight to point b in a safe way. So yes, infant, there's a big difference. Big difference, while thank you for that, during that, that when you were answering that to us, you mentioned, the, the depositions, and this is something that we get, you know, we have to it's I guess it's more towards the end of the case, where clients have to do this, and a lot of the times, they're calling us a little worried because first of all, don't that position is, and it sounds very serious because they will be meeting, the defendant's attorney can you explain to us a little more about the e-bt or the position? Right. So I mean, some people I mean, the three types of people here, listening, one never had an accident. They don't know what's going on. Okay. Number two, there are people probably had an accident. Hopefully they have a good experience by some not always good experience. But some of them will say, oh, I know. That position. I wish I could tell and third is people that have a case, that's pending. Okay. That means there might be deposition coming up. Okay. So deposition is a very critical point of your case. Of course. I don't wanna tell too many secrets then you know, but it is something that must be done very properly. Okay. Because Indian insurance got the records. They know you. They know your case, they've done all the background search. Then why did they wanna meet you good? They wanna see what kind of person you are. Okay. I you abrasive. Are you confrontational? Your defensive you forgetful. Right. I mean, are you fraudulent? Okay. These are things that they'll want to judge you, because a record says herniated this was surgery. But they meet you. And you're totally not credible. So this is a very, very important juncture. And usually, we don't have problem all of our clients are generally very noble. Good people, right? That want to think the right way they have injury and just be themselves. But at the same time in what you want to show, the best light, the second job interview, right? You don't go job into with pajamas, okay? Or without any moose or whatever. Right. And well, you don't shave right? So same thing with deposition. You wanna show the best picture of yourself, and then they will make a judgment. Okay. Oh about you and the case. So generally after deposition. The attorney were reported insurance company, they say, you know, Mr. Jones, what a great guy. Okay, his so credible. He's got this neck injury had surgery. We have a million dollar policy. And we'd better be very careful K he can hit us very hard. And you know what? Maybe better to settle. Right. More in a Mr. X is like, oh my God, God sent okay? We got horrific record. He had niece surgery. But wait a minute seem so he had a pre existing injury. Twenty years ago playing basketball. Now he wants to put this to this case. You know what I didn't like him probably jury would. Okay. So once again, I can interview we really have to do a good job. Okay. Of course, I'm of giving lot of information out there. But why not okay Indian, I'm here to share information that can help your case that position is one of the most critical juncture of your case you never do this alone. We have a turn that goes with you were prep. You were practice so that would holding hand. So you come out the best looking client, claiming right? So that they wanna settle right? Yes. Totally. And also after the depositions we have something that are called the liability. I am ease the independent medical examinations, and that's something that I usually set up with the clients, I will notify them about one. A very receive a notice letter. And can you explain to us why it is important for them to attend these liability? I mean when it comes to their compensation sure, so I'm Regina being co host to my show, her day job. You know, she's a fulltime member of and Duparc law firm. And one of the job she does his, I me and she does very well. I don't get any complaints. She schedules it. But it's really a two prong test personal injury is about a f- for an I you heard. So there are two main people that needs to look at you, one lawyer because you start litigation second is the doctor. Right. Are you really hurt? So I'm fortunately for them. They don't trust our Dr hundred percent. I don't know why. But they think that our doctor might be slightly biased, so, you know what they bring doctor, maybe so lightly bias towards them, right? But, you know, India and is so horrific where to doctor can see patients, so. Differently? It's so they went to send met school and disposed to be the smartest people and planet. But they come up with different opinion, you know. But that's the way it works right now. You listen to Andrew park show and looks like we need to break. Okay. So we'll be right back after this brief message. It wasn't a major car accident. It didn't seem like a big deal..
"duparc" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Hope you had a great holiday season. So who's the guest? Well, if you were to come up with a list, maybe ten people that, you know, maybe you see on television. You read his or her book, I really love to have that. Person I'm willing to bet for eighty to ninety percent of my audience. This woman would be on that list who is it Doris Kearns Goodwin. Pulitzer prize winner bestselling author. Popular historian, learned historian, everything you would want an American person of letters to be doors currents good when it's great to have you on. So glad to be this is going to be fun. It's gonna be fine. Where are we? So we're at the Willard hotel, which has its own historic resonance in our nation's capital. We'll get to that. In a second. Cafe Duparc is the restaurant on the second full. Dr our waiter will be here momentarily. It's in the evening, and because of this particular medium's ability to shatter the space time continuum, you're hearing this and seeing it on January fourth twenty nine thousand nine we're not exactly recording it on January fourth twenty nine hundred nine. So one thing I want to say because you're hearing this and seeing as on January fourth twenty nineteen is happy birthday to you doors. Thank you. It happens to be very day. But we are going to be broadcast. Exactly what I think a lot of people my audience. So I know I know doors curtains Goodwin. But do you really know her I would love for you to tell my audience the story of how? This all got started as an intern in the Johnson administration because I didn't even know that story. And I thought I knew you pretty well, let's start there. So what happened is when I was twenty four years old. I was selected as a White House fallow. This fabulous program, Colin Powell was the White House fellow Wesley Clark you get to work for a year. Either. At a cabinet office are in the White House staff. I was a graduate student at Harvard when I was selected and we had a big dance at the White House. Then that we were selected president Johnson did dance with me. But not that peculiar there are only three women out of the sixteen White House fellows, but as he twirled around the floor in quite large fashion. He whispered that he wanted me to be assigned directly to him in the White House. But it was not to be that simple because in the months leading up to my selection, while I was at graduate school like so many young people, I was active in the anti Vietnam war movement, and a friend of mine, and I had this is nine hundred sixty seven okay for now. Everybody can figure out exactly how old I am in two thousand nine hundred at any rate. I sent an article with a friend. Into the new Republican. We hadn't heard anything and all of a sudden two days after the and the White House the article was against Lyndon Johnson. It came out with their title how to remove Lyndon Johnson from power. So I was certainly would kick me out of the program whole program the whole the whole program he was wanting to do things like that. Right. An incredibly he just told the people bring her down here for a year. And if I can't win over Nolan can giddy. So he did it win me over personally. He never changed my feeling about the war. But the most interesting formidable an incredible character. I mean, not only worked for him in the White House. But then accompanied him to his ranch to help him on his memoirs, and he was so sad. In those last year said he opened up to me in ways that he never would have had I known him at the height of his power. That's fascinating revelation. You just made tell me a little bit more about how can you be? So certain of that that's an amazing revelation that if he hadn't if he'd known you when he was so more so much more powerful. He wouldn't have been able to open up, and he wouldn't have had time. You know, he was on the ranch, and he was lonely, and he was trying to come to terms with the fact that his domestic legacy, which is extraordinarily and fifty years later. We're finally realizing what he did that he knew it had been cut into the war. And I happen to be there. And I'm not sure sometimes why he chose me to tell so much too. I think part of it was that. I was a good listener. And he was a great storyteller. I mean, fabulous colorful anecdotal stories. I later discovered that many of them weren't true. But it was no great colorful. It. Didn't mean they weren't colorful makes a good story. And he just chose me. Maybe he knew I was young historian. Maybe I was from Harvard, and they would those Harvard's that might write the history. But for whatever reason I spent a lot of time at the ranch. And I went back there not long ago, and it just.
"duparc" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Moody Shauna vicar Orange County deputy. Searching for a suspect took off and jumped in a. Lake behind top. Golf off universal boulevard it happened around two o'clock Sunday, morning after deputies stopped a. Suspicious vehicle that smelled like drugs they arrested the driver. Without incident. But the passenger ran away get this he's actually. The second suspect to flee into a, lake just this weekend Early Saturday. Morning, deputies tried to arrest a fifth year old man who fled and jumped in a lake and pine hills that man's body recovered. Later in the day learning Duparc may be, getting an eight million dollar makeover thanks to the city in Florida citrus sports the tentative agreement calls, for. A five million dollar, contribution from the city and a three million dollar contribution from. Florida citrus sports the upgrades include redoing the path around Lorna Doone lake building the city's first splash Pat in putting a. New. Basketball courts as well? As a new playground and community gardens when I was a. Little this is what we hung. Out on Sundays after church this is the getaway tire the city council set to vote on that plan, tomorrow well let's search is underway right now. Across the state for a two year. Old boy. Who vanished after, his mother, was allegedly. Attacked when they were offered, a ride Argo police say Jordan Bellevue was walking with his mother and. Largo Saturday night when a stranger offered them that right the mother told investigators there was some. Sort of argument when she was, knocked out detective say he may be. With a twenty five year old man who goes by. The name of Antoine traveling in a white Toyota Camry now you can see Jordan's pitcher right now, in the news ninety six point five WDBO. App so here's your chance to help future astronauts survive on Mars Nasr's CO two conversion challenge asks people to find ways of. Turning carbon dioxide which is of course plentiful on Mars into compounds that would be useful there now the competition will focus on glucose because it's most likely to metabolize and..
"duparc" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"So here's our. Question Duparc by No Young inappropriate. Movie did your parents allow you to watch something are rated perhaps PG? Thirteen? Right your dad took you to a rated r. movie or let you watch rated r. movie. Brat You remember when you were younger that you got to, watch, this movie when all, your friends. Weren't watching it but you got to watch it I remember my, dad the Terminator? Nineteen Eighty-four I was, eight years old and my dad was. Like oh here this movie terminated really good he. Went. And got the video of it and he was like you know what. I'm gonna watch it make, sure there's nothing. Bad in it I'll let you know if you. Can watch. It yeah so the next morning I watched the Terminator there's only one bad part you, can't take the rest you can say so we watch if you've never seen the Terminator it, is it's it is an hour. And forty minutes of a brutal death machine from the future killing everything in its path until it's goes. Into a fire and all its flesh melts off and then it's a? Robot? Skeleton continuing the murders pats of what was the one that he didn't want you to wire Linda Hamilton and Michael Biehn, have a hotel, rendezvous, and there is. A quarter. Of. A second of nipple that my dad is like hold on. Can't see that now mind you Michelle the previous scene was the Terminator cutting out his own I with an, exacto knife these aids is is. All messed up so, using exacto knife to. Cut out his own I I watched you this is, an, eight year old good, I'm being. Scarred and I can feel the scar happening and my dad's like, okay hold on? This part we can't, see his part custom hotel room he. Fast forward through the nipple what is it like. What. Why are you fast though when you're older son this is murder is. Okay nipple not okay all, right so I. Learned that valuable those types of stories where you. Want this. Movie when you were younger like you said like it was a rated on you remember, none of your friends are watching it like.
"duparc" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And he left and i'm sure it was a heavy hard because he he is he's in ohio kid but he's coming out to la and you know what i just i love to listen to the naysayers say horrible things about a guy who really doesn't deserve any kind of backlash like that and the fact that he's forward thinking and he's thinking about doing other things and he's multiple talented between acting and he's in a movie coming up he did a great job in trainwreck and he's got a movie coming out called little feat that he's in his voice it's a cartoon i think it's great i do three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at chadbensonshow is your twitter speaking of great let's talk a little showy about the movie industry and we'll touch on you fo's are they real are they not we'll look at some of the biggest craziest ufo stories in history so chad benson show this is your check it out minute brought to you by aces we all have tons of personal info on our smartphones and most of us use a password like a pin a pattern or a thumbprint keep them lot but what if someone knows your password or you're asked to hand over your phone at the border well we asked parthiv do duparc he's the founder and ceo of an app called conceal designed to give you security only when you need to passwords on locker for one and what we call a trap door password now when you enter a tap for password does it almost a form like it also deletes information in the background they can delete emails cheers cheers you're able to define.
"duparc" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And family therapist she was bipolar and mannix so i you know there we have to be much wait you're exactly right mic on this that we have to be really careful about anything having to do with psychiatric being a default because everything is being politicised now that's why the proposal that the that the right is proposing is that we we have a system to wear your family just like committing people where your family can come in and say look your honor we need to make sure that he doesn't have these guns because he is a danger and that's that could have that could have stopped the a shooting in florida would have stopped would have stopped the pit the parents called and said can you come please take the guns thanks mike will jamal north carolina hello jamal hey corridor was more to do real quick we pregnant chore dea what he said about the due process when he will also work you have liberals that have come out the duparc this but everything else ms hold me to movement with attack or due process alone what was basically saying is we're seeing a new car cnbc at all the rain soon media come up and you know whatever he say a company come out the him so of heat democrats and the media all work say okay fine pregnant trump is a good due process will we are supporting do parker so now by deal dumont day by billboard against mr when he's against duparc if he can do that well here's the thing now what they had done the his move doubt they have shut dial duty to me they have shown well i've met with trash have now some of their main goal was because they're liberal agenda a against doing often jamal you are you are wrong way ahead of the game you are right on the money on how due process anybody who is against this but four the me to move vince in the way it's i mean to its ants degree you're exactly right but i believe beyond that you are a little wish in hoping kinda like people were when justice roberts said now i'm i'm dime cool with the holes tax people you know just to be an honest citizen however if these seven thousand dimension chests were toyota yes world wellmotivated that.
"duparc" Discussed on WTVN
"And family therapist she was bipolar and manic so i you know there we have to be much you're exactly right mike on this that we have to be really careful uh about anything having to do with uh psychiatric being a default because everything is being politicised now that's why the proposal that the that the right is proposing is that we we have a system to wear your family just like committing people were your family can come in and say look your honor we need to make sure that he doesn't have these guns because he is a danger and that's that could have that could have stopped the shooting in florida would have stopped would have stopped the pit the parents called and said can you come please take the guns thanks mike jamal north carolina hello jamal hey what's going on this smart hey stewart will say this real quick way president trump dea what he said about the due process people he will clean look also was you have liberals that have come out the due process for everything else is hold me to movement well the tackle due process so what he will basically saying is we're seeing a new by cnbc and all the rain shoe media come up and you know whatever he says company come out the him so if he get democrats and the media all work say okay by president trump is a good due process what we are supporting do parker so now by deal dumont day by billboard of books michelle well he's against duparc if he can do that well here's the thing that would they have dougie his move doubt they have shut down the aisle rudy to me they have shut well mother trash they have shut down some of their main liberal that's because liberal agenda goes against doom often so tune jamal you are you are wrong way ahead of the game you are right on the money on how due process anybody who is against this but four the me movement in the way it's i mean to its ants degree you're exactly right but i believe beyond that you are a little wish in hoping kinda like people were when justice roberts said now i'm i'm dime cool with the holes tax people you know just to be an honest citizen wherever is like.
"duparc" Discussed on The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast
"I pay attention to what's happening you'll but at the interface layer how we're consuming applications and technology at the actual apllications layer and then the infrastructure layer and so if you bear with me are happy to walk through at least by a rudimentary theory of where we come from and and i think it sets out a pretty pretty interesting path where you could you where you could start to see what the next cycle might look like and perhaps even were opportunities laws so you'll initially going way back to this yes sixty '70s and '80s we are these mainframes they were vertically integrated giant computers they were you know generally interacted with her through a terminals and they were really good at really big calculations and some rudimentary back office applications um and you know outmost these people these systems really effective or were used by thousands or tens of thousands of people and then you had you know the oas was kind of disentangled from main brain and then kim the pc revolution killer out really became business productivity you know the the spreadsheets and word doksan power points that we all still used today and those really empowered millions of consumers and millions of business users and that really gave birth to the clientserver architecture that dominated the enterprise it really in silva the mid ops and if you think about those technologies principally you know you had the the standard pc operating system windows the exit six instruction set from intel land switching from cisco the oracle relational database like the commercial internet really grew up on these technologies an and the web scale giants that we think of today least in fact i think they still use a bunch of these technologies may think salesforce is still the largest customer of work or something like that so as the commute commercial internet grew red we we we were able to and really expanded because of the other things like the iphone the mobile interface and the the dominant application a really was a social obligation the internet ballooned uh the requirements of applications really more and so then it's a standard a rethink of infrastructure um and so that really precipitated the cloud infrastructure that we know and love today so you know that's that gave us things like lennox duparc bongo and more recently things like gawker in cooper at easing cockroach db and and so on and so on.
"duparc" Discussed on WCHS
"It's not like they're masked they're actually deleted correct we are we are hoping that most people are backing up tents to cloud as as majority of opposition already as till by deleting it you're moving all traces of uh of that information ever being on your device how in august two things for you by deleting it was his hiding information so one the biggest benefits is that if if the device was in the hands of law enforcement or just as example customs officers law times not only are the searching of four and they will take a form the backoffice and copy and cologne all the content of the flop so if you just hippie hiding information they hidden if missions all to copy dead it can be later on a discovered second thing is if you're if you're spouse happens to be not even have a little bit of a of of a of a of a technical knowledge was clever enough to spot things like fold was called secure folder menu i'm just atas does is fellow something moved to proud folder now move or hide this no no because we obviously someone that you have him the high so now you will be forced to give the password the open optus to cure for his rate yes so my phone it does have a a an app called secure folder where i can drag and dropped content onto it that requires an additional password taxes so you're saying that you could be forced to give that up as well so the way conceal works is that it deletes content instead of just masking it correct yes so we know we're hoping that people back it up and when they're back into safer mind i'm at don't want able to restore whatever the heck he wanted to get back we're chatting with pardeep duparc founder and ceo of n y s ny de the makers of conceal this is a new app that you can download to.
"duparc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"duparc" Discussed on Do By Friday
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"duparc" Discussed on Todd Wilson
"Well it is beautiful but it is an easy because relationship takes dying to self every day because my sinful nature makes it about me with the holy spirit self can die so i can make it about others. Relationship is right. It is an easy someday. It'll be easy when the sinful nature has gone. The devils gone relationship will definitely be easy in the new heaven and a new earth until then it's bow and the devil is a divider. God is the one builds and reconciled relationship the devils the divider. Same thing in calling the duparc doing doing significant things that mean. Something is what god calls you too. But that isn't easy and it's going to hurt and people are going to stand in the way of that. The devil is not only the divider of relationships. But he's gonna try to do everything he can to discourage you from that place where you're called the fight and so again i don't. I don't think we should call anybody to something easy. I don't like this. Whole accept. Jesus and then jesus will help you attain your your goals and plans for life. It's really that's a selfish form of selling the gospel. If you follow. Jesus you'll get whatever you want. That's not what we're call to recall to a war sunday we battles over but until then it's a war and discipleship helps people understand that in calling. I'd like to turn to the john ten ten. Jesus came that we might have life and have it or take all of it more abundantly the person who comes to you and says look when sin was introduced in the garden and we get this chasm of separation from god now jesus comes now that we accept him and have life why. Why not just enough like why. Don't we then just experience the joy. why don't we experience the abundant life just by accepting jesus. What are you say to that person. Well the way. I would say it is when i look at the new testament. Guys if jesus promised abundant life to disciples and yet you see them being chased round and brutalized and beaten. Then you have to go. What did jesus mean by abundant life and by the way more abundant life. Listen i would. I can remember in and saved and i can tell you this. There's no comparison to the life. I have now to the life. I had done so jesus definitely kept his promise to me. I have a more abundant life. I'm fighting for the right things. I have relationship. I was so lonely. I was so broken. No one could trust me. I couldn't trust myself. I was destroying everything that i had around me i. I do have more of an abundant life but scripture paul writes we groan inwardly longing for our heavenly dwelling e speaking about himself. And he's saying i do have abundant life. I've been i've been caught up into heaven. I spent time with the resurrected jesus. But he's still saying we grown in relievers. Something not quite right. It's because though the holy spirit lives in us. It's we still have a sinful nature in every morning when i wake up..